A Milestone in Our Development

Driven by the will to excel, our team of professionals made it possible for us to reach a 250% increase of the turnover in 2019 compared to the previous year. Since the company was founded, we had no intention of following the normal development rate of an organization. We were keen on creating and abiding by our own rules. 

The international recognition of our work, the complexity of our projects and the rapid economic growth our company experienced in its first 5 years proved that we are serious about becoming pioneers in metacognition.

 

Pursuing our goal, we were lucky enough to cross paths with people that helped us meet our objective faster than we thought. We gradually increased our team and that allowed us to take on more important projects, both in terms of value, as well as complexity. In 2019, we reached a turnover of over 25 million euros, registering a 250% increase compared to the previous year. Due to this achievement, we were included in the Top 1000 Fastest Growing Companies in Europe, compiled by the prestigious publication Financial Times.

 

”In most of the projects we implemented, our approach was towards state-of-the-art solutions, based on the concepts of SDN (Software-Defined-Network) and SDS (Software-Defined-Storage), respectively on automation and large-scale integration of all the elements that define the infrastructure of a data-center” said our CEO, Andrei Cruceru.  

 

Each and every one of our colleagues plays an important role in the perfectly balanced team of professionals that set the wheels in motion behind closed doors at Metaminds. Our well-blended mix of experts is able to provide our clients with an interdisciplinary perspective on their projects, in order to overcome the challenges that are inherent to digital transformation. Currently, the Metaminds team has 31 members, all of whom are top specialists in areas such as cybersecurity, connectivity and integration of multiple systems, machine learning and complex structures with large volumes  of data.

 

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